Healthy life and avoidance of any kind of disease/discomfort is wonderful. But can we achieve this? If yes, then how to do that? if not, then how to reduce pain? How can a person remain active and healthy for maximum and avoid the rising chronic lifestyle diseases and the traditional maladies? How can we put life into years and keep our ayubook (life book) without disease.

If you are also looking for answer to all these questions and desire a good health then you are welcome to be a member in our endeavor. But, before any precautionary step, diagnosis or any other step towards health it is important to first understand our body, its components and their functioning with their features/ limits and qualities.
Medical science has divided our body into 11 visible or observable organ systems made from various organs and auxiliaries. Every organ system has to perform some specific functions individually or in group inside our body. Those eleven organ systems are listed below to provide you an idea about them. Along with that an invisible or perceptional organ system is also described. It is the Chakra system defined by traditional health knowledge as the energy flow circuit of our body. 
Various organ systems are:

Cardiovascular System

cardiovascular systemThe cardiovascular system is made up of a network of organs and connecting channels (vessels) responsible for the flow of blood, nutrients, hormones, oxygen and other gases, with waste removal from cells. Also, it helps to maintain constant body temperature in human and other constant body animals.

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DIGESTION AND EXCRETION SYSTEM

digestive  systemDigestion system is made up of a number of organs connected and functioning in a series to break food and convert it into essential nutrients for absorption and expel the unused or waste material.

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ENDOCRINE SYSTEM

endocrine systemThe endocrine system consists of a network of glands to secrete hormones that regulate metabolism, growth and development, functioning of tissues, sexual reproduction, sleep and mood.

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LYMPHATIC/IMMUNITY SYSTEM

lymphatic systemIt consists of a network of tissues, organs, structures and processes to protect the body from diseases and other damaging foreign bodies (Virus, Bacteria and Parasites), and help to get rid of toxins, waste and other unwanted materials.

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MUSCLE SYSTEM

muscular systemThe human body consists of around 650 muscles to support the body movement in terms of its control, walking, talking, sitting/standing, eating and other body movements on the outside and numerous other functions on the inside of the body. 

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NERVOUS SYSTEM

nervous systemIt is made up of a network of nerves and specialised cells called neurones that transmit signals between different part of the bodies and control body movement, consciousness, intelligence, memory, and other automatic/involuntary (blood pressure level, breathing etc) and somatic/voluntary parts like senses.

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PERCEPTION/CHAKRA SYSTEM

chakras of bodyChakra system is considered as the basis of life and a guide to your health, character and intelligence. While it isn’t visible to the naked eyes but the first six are present in our body and the seventh is outside and developed through mind training.

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REPRODUCTION SYSTEM

male reproduction systemIt consists of a number of internal and external organs (based on sex) for producing sex hormones, and fertilisation. 

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SKIN/INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM

Integumentary systemIt is the largest organ system made up of skin, hairs, nails, glands and nerve receptors to protect us from infections, changing temperature and performs many other functions like- detection of pain, sensation and pressure, prevent water loss, protection from pollution, UV rays and store fat, water, glucose and vitamin D.

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RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

respiratory systemIt serves the important purpose of exchange of gases between blood and lungs leading to intake of oxygen and exhale of CO2 (carbon dioxide). It is considered as the most important visible organ system as we can’t live without oxygen for few minutes and 4-5 minutes stoppage leads to brain damage.

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SKELETAL SYSTEM

skeletal systemIt is composed of 206 bones (in an adult) and a network of tendons, ligaments and cartilages to support the body structure, help in body movement, storage of calcium and endocrine regulation.

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URINARY/RENAL SYSTEM

urinary  systemIt serves the important purpose of production, storage and removal of urine, by filtering blood and water wastes. The filtration happens in kidneys and the waste is passed on to the bladder through ureters and ultimately from the bladder, it is eliminated through the urethra.

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